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Richard of Bordeaux is a play by “Gordon Daviot”, a pseudonym for Elizabeth Mackintosh, better known by another of her pen names, Josephine Tey. The play recounts the story of Richard II of England in a romantic fashion, focusing on the relationship between Richard and Queen Anne of Bohemia (his first wife). When the play was first performed in 1933, it was a tremendous hit and turned director and leading man John Gielgud into a major star.

The play tells the story of Richard II of England in a romantic fashion, emphasizing the relationship between Richard and his first wife, Queen Anne of Bohemia. The play was a major hit in 1933, playing a significant role in turning its director and leading man John Gielgud into a major star. Audiences found its portrayal of medieval characters speaking like modern people refreshing.

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